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, no one got elected to the baseball hall of fame today. brian shactman joins us with the details. brian, i guess this was about one thing, steroids. >> it was, larry. and it's pretty striking the names that didn't make the list. i want to quickly for viewers run through those that came close to getting into the hall of fame. they mentioned craig biggio, and jeff morris, jeff bagwell, mike piazza tim raines, and lee smith. they need 75% to get into the hall of fame, roger clemens, barry bonds, roger clemens won seven cy young awards, barry bonds won seven awards. mark mcgwire, less than 17%, sammy sosa, 12.5%, rafael palmeiro, almost all of them would be first ballot hall of famers. this is only the third time since 1961, it's pretty shocking and it is kind of an overall indictment on an entire era of our national pass time. >> have any of these stars fessed up to their steroid use? have any of them to this day come clean? >> well, when it comes to barry bonds, he says he never knowingly took steroids. clemens has been steadfast that he is innocent. and i always equate this to the lance arm
closing in on their all-time highs from october 2007. brian shactman joins us now with all the details. good evening, brian and good work today. >> you touched on the s&p details having its best streak in terms of winning streaks days in a row in eight years but how about the dow. we're now 105 points shy of 14,000. eight components hit new highs today. beyond the five on your screen, utx, pfizer and p & g also doing it. now, speaking of history, historically life is good, larry, as you well know when the dow transports show leadership, up another 3% for the week. apple used to be leadership but not right now. the stock hitting a 52-week low and has lost the distinction of being the world's most profitable company, exxon back on top. and there's netflix, huge story in the other direction, even before earnings boosted shares on wednesday, the stock has been an absolute monster in 2013, up another 15% today. larry, 83% year to date. we're not even a month in, okay? that's unbelievable. a quick note looking ahead, more than a hundred companies in the s&p report next week, a few of the mos
these problems. i'm stunned by how the culture has moved away from faith. i want to say to my pal, brian shactman, now we're seeing it in sports. two very famous sports stars caught up in very big scandals. first we have lance armstrong. and now that's a notre dame linebacker, manti te'o. >> nice job. that was good. >> from notre dame. or is it noter shame? i'm not happy with this story. he is caught up in an incredible scandal. you have heard the clergy, brian shactman. let's start with the manti te'o from notre dame which is supposed to teach you good values. >> right. we don't know that he's done anything immoral. i mean, this story has not been completed. but basically it goes that his grandmother died in september. the story goes that his girlfriend died on the same day or within days depends on whose report you have. it turns out, not only did the girlfriend not die but she doesn't exist. there's one side where notre dame and manti te'o, a star linebacker, a runner-up in the heisman trophy, he said that he was duped into thinking that he had this connection with the woman. >> some people th
to class and graduate. someone else who graduated is cnbc's own brian shactman who joins us with the details. first of all, this is a big comeback for notre dame. >> yeah, they haven't won a title since 1988, larry, and it's probably one of the most well known college football brand on the planet. people know notre dame football. so it's good for everybody in the world of football. when they're good and it's been a long dry spell. this is the first time in history of major college football where the number one team in the country undefeated notre dame is also tied for number one with graduation rates or northwestern, which is also a pretty good football program now with 97%. and it's funny now, go ahead -- >> no, just a question. on the graduation rates, which i love, do the football players graduate? >> they do. it might take them five years, might take an extra year, get a red shirt. there's fascinating stories about how they do it. not only are the standards of notre dame are high, but they have a former incredible story of a former lacrosse player whose head of their aca
their quarterly earnings next week. brian shactman has been covering a whole pile of them. just give us the highlight. not going to make you do all 100. >> there are so many. i almost don't know where to start. i'll go on monday with caterpillar. pretty big deal. dealer stats released today show a little weakness. so we'll see how they do in earnings vs. estimates. after the close might get more attention when yahoo reports. people want to analyze marisa mayer's turn-around the stock under performing this month but up 28% in the last six months. tuesday's interesting because dow component pfizer will be somewhat over shadowed. we get numbers from ford. big deal. and amazon with the latter the revenue number to watch is $22 billion. are they still investing heavily? interestingly enough the street average price target for amazon is 293. only about ten bucks or so up from where they are now. on wednesday a lot of focus on boeing. many dreamliner problems post date the quarter but it will still garner attention. the other is facebook of course. the stock is up 20% this month and now in str
, everyone. i'm brian shactman, this is "way too early." i'm glad you're up with us. i hope they're not up yet. i love them very much. it's monday, january 28th. we have a lot of news coming this morning including a bipartisan bill. a state of emergency in egypt where president morsi tries to regain some control after violent protests erupt in three major cities there. we'll have a live report from cairo. first, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at "30 rock" in new york city. >>> in a rare joint interview on cbs's "60 minutes," president obama sat alongside his departing secretary of state, hillary clinton, a one-time political rival who he now describes as one of his close advisors. she says she won't have a run in 2016. neither obama nor clinton were eager to look that far ahead. >> what's the -- i have to ask you, what's the date of the expiration on this endorsement. >> steve, i know -- >> i have to ask that question. i mean, come on. you're sitting here together. everybody in town is talking about it already and the interview -- and this is taking place. >> you know, steve,
or click today. >>> time now for a little sports. cnbc's brian shactman back with us at the table. this is getting a little crazier by the day. >> every time you hear more about it, the more confused you kind of get. >> let's see -- this is the first on-camera interview with manti te'o since this whole story last week broke about his fake girlfriend. manti te'o, the former notre dame star linebacker, lying about that situation in early december. yesterday he told katie couric in an interview he perpetuated the story of his girlfriend's death even after he received a call on december 6th, saying she was alive. >> you stuck to the script. and you knew that something was amiss, manti. >> correct. >> why? >> well, if anybody put yourself in my situation, katie, put yourself in my situation. my whole world told me that she died on september 12th. everybody knew that. this girl who i committed myself to died on september 12th. now i get a phone call on december 6th saying that she's alive. and that i'm going to be put on national tv two days later and to ask me about the same question,
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's send it over to brian shactman. >> already three times average daily volume for cmg chipotle. rising costs means lower earnings. below consensus for the fourth quarter. still down more than $15, more than 5%. of course, back in october, david einhorn recommended it as a possible short. the stock down about 20% in the last year. used to be a major league darling. now it's a tough one to buy. carl, back to you. >> that's going to be one to watch all day long. thanks, brian. the inauguration for the president's coming up this monday. but what about the number of wealthy in attendance this time around? robert frank will take a look at the number of jets scheduled to fly in. you might surprised at his findings when we come back. if you think running a restaurant is hard, try running four. fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. [ male announcer ] you are
. i appreciate that. but brian shactman, you've even got the father talking about when they met in hawaii. she was going to be my daughter-in-law. come on, shactman. >> we don't know the truth. i mean, this is where this strange intersection with lance armstrong. if there's one thing we learned, the sooner we come out with the real truth and the sooner manti te'o, whatever the truth is, comes out with the whole truth, the less worse -- i'm not going to say better -- the less worse it is for him, and i think that's the key. don't we learn anything from what we watch? the second thing is honestly as a journalist, it's on us. we did a terrible job here. >> "sports illustrated." >> incredible outlets did not vet the story, and we look terrible. >> so tom, let me ask you. the heavy implication of the story is that manti te'o was involved in this, and it was at least in part a creation of his own. but the proof is that a friend of this guy, tuiasosopo who we believe was behind it said, quote, he was 80% sure that te'o is in on it. is deadspin ready to say that manti te'o was in on thi
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>>> okay. all right. time now to talk about what we learned today. this should be a good one. brian shactman? >> i learned courtesy of david o. russell some of the places that the kennedy family lived back in the day. and i did not know their long island heritage. >> riverdale. >> all right, meacham? >> i learned that secretary clinton is going out strong and i think that everyone is going to be looking at 48 months from now, involving her, for quite a while. >> rattner? >> i learned that morning mika does not like to see men with their shirts off. >> all right. well, that's a good one. that was our "gq" segment. you missed that, david o. russell. what did you learn today? >> i learned that he had his shirt off -- no, i learned that he went to my college, where i went, you went to williams, the competitor, and i went to public high school, public high school, jefferson, and jackson, and i'm the patriarch of the joke, and you have something of a century-long bargain or bet that could be a movie with mr. weinstein. >> i am seeing now why "silver linings playbook" was so good. that's a
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. >> thank you for having me. >>> lets-go to brian shactman. >> two items on hess, up about 5% on strong volume, number one. elliott associates planning to up their stake in, and also hess wants to sell off its terminal and refinery business. it's 28 million barrels of storage capacity. not only will they get money from the sale, but they also according to what they have said will get $1 billion in operating capital to put somewhere else. a net positive in both stories. back to you. >>> the stock under pressure, will shareholders start to blame tim cook for the fall. wall street legend stops by to talk about the s&p's winning streak and also thoughts on icahn/ackman. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. >>> the rise of apple shares over the past few years have been meteoric. but they've been on a prolonged slide since it reached $700 in september. does this indicate a crisis in leadership, and is it time for tim cook to go as ceo. joining us now from what we like to call of the two management experts.
, possibly gun control. a lot on the plate. >> thank you. >> let's get a market flash with brian shactman, the dow up 230 points. >> simon, we got a deal. the ten-year note rates are to the upside and life insurers strongly to the upsite. met life and lincoln national, number two and hartford is is number four. so, strength across the board in this group. of course, sellers of variable annuities getting a nice pop. 3% and up. >> avis is buying zip car. what does that mean for the rest of the rental car market? find out next on the show. and later, we'll hear from both side of the aisle on the deal and what it means for the feature. republican congressman vern buchanan and sandy levin will join us live. and also, rick santelli working on the third hour of sidewalk on the street. >> we're going to ask him we're now about 44 points off the highs in the dow jones industrial average. will this euphoria last? how long and will the rest of the year be represented by the first half of january? all important questions, about 20 minutes tr now. be there. ♪ [ male announcer ] how could a luminous
this morning with brian shactman. what a great -- this is the best weekend for the nfl. >> they say it really is. and it's like -- >> did not disappoint. >> it's like march madness when you get fewer games it gets harder to deal with it and now you have two, then you have two weeks, then you have one. in terms of story lines we again have two brothers that can be in the super bowl when you have baltimore and san francisco. you have the new england patriots. they go to the super bowl, it's six for brady. if they win it's four. he joins bradshaw and montana. if he loses he'll then be 3-3, though. what does that mean to his legacy? the one thing i want to bring up to you guys, from a business perspective, atlanta has the most to deal with here, they are the only one of the four remaining teams that's valued at less than a billion. they're trying to get a new stadium and they want public funding and this in tax environment, they say the only way to really enhance your value is to leverage this kind of victory if they won the super bowl to get a new stadium, and they're right on the cusp of it. th
, because i wasn't going to put down nbc, but brian shactman is here. and the nhl -- >> yeah, which one do you want to start with? >> he's a great hockey player, by the way. >> i'm -- it's funny because i was a d3 college player and average at best on my old player teammates and coach laugh when you say that. >> you're way better than anything we've seen. >> the first time when you did that -- the little -- in front to stop. i turn around and -- >> they should bring back the pictures with the black tooth for you guys. that was a pretty good promo. tonight's game would be the most wagered upon college football game ever. they're selling the stock, 30 seconds for a million bucks. alabama is favored by 9 1/2 points basically because they're that much better and notre dame, they're undefeated, but they won several games by squeaker margins. a lot of people feel this they can't keep it close early, the tide will roll, no pun intended. but this game is big. these two teams have won more national titles in the national era. nick saban, 5.5 million buck aes year. that's as a college coach. >> what
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's not at its high is pervasive in this market. pervasive. >> brian shactman is on the floor with a whole lot more this morning. >> carl, interestingly, dow up 48 points. but if you took how ibm, the dow would be negative. the s&p is basically flat. you have some strength in the nasdaq, which is positive. but again, a lot of that could be fueled by google. big companies with big positive earnings driving the overall market here. the dow, especially, we've talked a lot about coach. look at the collateral damage, if you will, from some of the luxury retailers. tiffany, ralph lauren, sachs, all down. tiffany more than 1.5%. we talk about the new highs. the transports has been airlines. u.s. airways, lcc, strong numbers on the top and bottom line. that stock up about 2% in early trade here. i want to add a little insight into annie's. well off the pre-market lows. still up about 90% from the ipo. maybe some of that -- jpmorgan came out and said we'll lower our estimates, but we're going to reiterate our overweight rating, and encouraging people to buy the dips on this stock. obviously down signif
. >>> brian shactman has a quick market flash for us. >> corning down 4%. interesting moves by goldman sachs. right after christmas they reduced across the board. today, two weeks later, they've downgraded it to neutral from buy. they further reduced the price target to $14. back to you. >> brian, thanks so much for that. >>> it is pay day, although that's usually a reason to be happy, some people's paychecks are putting them in a very bad mood today. we'll tell you why. >>> a little bit later, why one of apple's biggest problems might just be best buy. we're back after a break. mine was earned in djibouti, africa, 2004. the battle of bataan, 1942. [ all ] fort benning, georgia, in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve the military, veterans, and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto-insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. i had[ designer ]eeling enough of just covering up my moderate to severe plaque psoria
on the street." brian shactman at the markets desk, looking at avon products, up 11.5% for the week. 2.75% today. the best performer in the s&p 500 yesterday. deutsche bank, they upgraded to buy from neutral at bank of america, merrill lynch, with a 20% price target. >> we're also watching shares of apple close to the session lows at this point, down almost 2%. there was a note out of deutsche bank's japanese team, they did some checks on their supply chain, which indicate a 30% quarter on quarter drop for the march quarter. seeing the impact there. apple shares down 2% at this point. >> gold is on its worst losing streak since may 2004. ira epstein joins us live now. welcome to the program. what do you think of the price of action on the gold? >> thank you for having me, simon. i'm bearish on the gold market. if you go to the weekly charts, the weekly charts take a little bit more time to develop their formations, and the pattern is one of lower highs, lower lows, it's under what i consider a key moving average on the futures markets, which is the 18-day average of closes, and i can see this ma
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